Reports

Palestine refugee children stand in front of a destroyed building in Ein el Tal camp in Syria. © 2018 UNRWA Photo by Ahmad Abou Zeid
After eight years, the conflict in Syria continue to have dramatic consequences on the lives of civilians. Violent and widespread hostilities have resulted in deaths and injuries, internal displacement, large-scale migration to other countries, lost livelihoods and mounting...
Malak Na’el Ashour (9), stands in front of her home in Khan Younis Palestine refugee camp in Gaza. © 2018 UNRWA Photo by Hussein Jaber.
Palestine refugees across the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) continue to face daily challenges as a result of Israeli occupation, repeated violations of human rights and high levels of violence, with individual, familial and community resilience stretched to the limit.
Palestinians demonstrators gather in Khuza’a on the Gaza side of the border fence between Israel and the Gaza Strip during the Great March of Return demonstration on 6 April 2018. © 2018 Photo Courtesy of Mahmoud Bassam
Palestine refugees make up two-thirds of the population of Gaza of nearly 2 million people. Between 30 March 2018 and 15 March 2019, the Great March of Return demonstrations (GMR) resulted in the largest number of injured persons since the 2014 hostilities. Among the...
Syria: UNRWA - Humanitarian Snapshot, January 2019
UNRWA Launches 2019 Syria Emergency Appeal On 30 January, UNRWA launched its Syria Regional Crisis response in Beirut. In 2019, UNRWA will deliver vital life-saving relief to Palestine refugees aected by the crisis, adapting existing programmes to changing circumstances to...
Lebanon: UNRWA Humanitarian Snapshot, November – December 2018
2018 EMERGENCY APPEAL Now in its eighth year, the conflict in Syria continues to have shattering consequences for ordinary people whom have lost their homes, livelihoods and security. Palestine refugees are one of the communities worst affected by the conflict. They rely on...